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Tapco TimberSmith Romanian AK47 Wood Stock Set Red

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The TimberSmith Romanian AK-47 Wooden Stock Set is the new standard in wooden rifle stocks for the AK-47 platform. This set was created by master craftsmen and makes an ideal enhancement to any Romanian AK-47 that you want to keep a traditional wooden look and feel with. This highly desirable set features hand picked wood to ensure the most consistent finish front to back. The handguard is pre-drilled in order to fit a cleaning rod, and the pistol grip comes with new production grip screws, washers and bushings to ensure proper fit. Every piece is made right here in the USA.

Specifications and Features:
Tapco Timber Smith Romanian AK-47 Wooden Stock Set 16822
Laminated Buttstock
Pre-Installed Rubber buttpad Sling Swivel and Tang Screws
Laminated Upper and Lower handguard
Predrilled for cleaning rod
Laminate Pistol Grip
Grip Screw, Washer and Bushing
Made in the USA
13.25" Length of Pull
The Set counts as 3 parts for US 922R (handguard, buttstock, pistol grip)
Finish will vary

Stamped Romanian AK-47 rifle and similar variants


Item#: 2-TINTIM06000RED
Total number of Reviews: 2

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1.0 5
"Do not buy. Wood is thin, light, overall cheap feel. Handguard split in half as I was placing in onto gas tube. This set is not worth the price. It will not hold up to any hard use. Know that feeling when you totally threw $ down the toilet? Yeah. That's me."
3.0 5
"The positive: This stock set is beautiful; The pictures really don't do it justice. It's exactly the classic red color that I was looking for. Installation is easy. The negative: The fit of the buttstock to the receiver is kind of sloppy...it fits flush at the bottom, but the top has a gap. If this was meant for a more "high-end" rifle than the AK, it would be unacceptable. I also had to re-tighten the pistol grip and buttstock screws after about 60 rounds, so I'm not sure about the durability."